Recruiting Guidelines
Posted Jul 13, 2015

Recruiting Resources:

      - NCAA Eligibility Center: Info on NCAA and prospective student-athletes.

      - 2019-2020 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete

      - NCAA Softball Recruiting Rules and Calendar

      - National letter of Intent Signing Dates

      - How Do College Coaches Recruit?

      - Choosing the Right School for You:

            - College search application

            - NCAA Div I Schools

                     - How much D1 Colleges spend on softball?

            - NCAA Div II Schools

            - NCAA Div III Schools

            - NAIA Softball

      - College Index:

            - Universities by State -  by The University of Texas at Austin

            - U.S. Community Colleges by State -  by The University of Texas at Austin

Academic Resources:

      - Register for the SATStudent-athletes should take their SAT’s or ACT’s before they leave their Junior year and get into the clearinghouse.

          - ACT Registration: Students should take their SAT’s or ACT’s before they leave their Junior year and get into the clearinghouse.

Financial Aid Resources:

  • US Department of Education Student Loan Center – Go here to find information and have your questions answered about federal student financial aid and loan programs, download FAFSA forms and connect with loan officers that can assist you through the application.

  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • FinAid.com – the Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid

  • FastWeb.com – another great financial aid resource

  • Online Colleges.org – OnlineColleges.org connects prospective students directly to online colleges and universities. We’re dedicated to helping people further their education and career goals and as such, we only promote accredited online degree programs. We also set ourselves apart by featuring a database containing only not-for-profit schools. This makes us a unique resource for students who are not interested in attending for-profit institutions.

Additional Documents:

        - NCAA Women’s Softball